Twas the week after Christmas and all through the studio, great stories were stirring for those by their radio. Art Waves invited storytellers Glenna Janzen and Caroleigh Wehking to come by and warm us up with their timeless art. Topics: storytelling, tales, Christmas, traditions
The wonderfully named tenor and choral conductor, David Holler, came by to talk about his work, and specifically about his upcoming Christmas concert with the Mohawk Singers. Topics: choral music, tenor, conducting, choir, Christmas concert
The Art Waves studio was packed to capacity when 12 members of the Canadian Martyrs Folk Choir thronged in to give us a live concert of some of their favourite Christmas carols. Here they come a wassailing! Topics: Christmas hymns, choral music, Canadian Martyrs Folk Choir
David Holler, the conductor and artistic director of the Mohawk College Singers, returns to Art Waves for a second year to unwrap the gorgeous Christmas concert he has prepared for 2009. His infectious enthusiasm and musical talent make for great conversation. Topics: Mohawk Singers, choral music, choral conducting, tenor, Christmas concert
How are skeptics and believers portrayed in popular culture? And what are the assumptions about the audience for movies, television series and books about the supernatural? The Horror Panel is back for a seventh year of laser-sharp, imaginative discussion and fun. Do you believe this? Topics: Post-Apocalyptic horror, The Walking Dead, Aaron Allan, The Zombie Movie, The Day the Earth Stood...
Art Waves host Bernadette Rule and special guest Carys Ryan present two hours of their favourite Christmas music, secular and divine. But the best laid tracks of mice and women gang oft agley and gang agley they did! Tune in for a hilarious romp as the devil in the machine keeps playing the wrong song and a merry time is had by all. Topics: Christmas carols, Mahalia Jackson, the Hail Mary, Ave Maria, secular Christmas music, favourites